Review of Rhyas Eco Portable Pressure Washer
This is a review of the Rhyas Eco Portable Pressure Washer
The Rhyas Eco Pressure Washer is slim and lightweight, it is very simple in design with two sturdy wheels to its base, and easy grip handle to the the top and a 2.55m hose. There are 4 interchangable nozzles. Do not expect to get a huge amount of water out as each nozzle is quite narrow as well with only providing a maximum of 3 bar water pressure, a gentle tickle on the skin is what your going to get. This however is all that is really needed to clean a lot of small items that may get dirty when doing outdoor activities. Another positive of this is that you can rinse off yourself and most of your gear without worrying about hurting or breaking your skin and equipment as some of the plug in power washers can be very powerful and dangerous.
To fill the tank you will need to unscrew the orange handle anti-clockwise, you will be able to fill it to 16 litres of water. With the tank providing 16 litres of water this does mean it does last a good while making it quite eco friendly. There is no battery power to this portable washer, you just need to pump the water with the orange handle which requires a little more manual labour than battery powered options and then its just a case of pressing and holding the trigger.
The Rhyas Eco Portable Pressure Washer can be stowed away easily in the boot or if empty in the foot well of the passenger seats. There is also a shoulder strap to carry it quickly meaning you can walk around your car or bike and rinse it off easily, it is a real portable solution to cleaning muddy gear.
- Comes with 4 interchangeable nozzles
- Small nozzle size
- Very little water pressure
- Manual pump not battery powered
This is a very simple portable car pressure washer, cheap to buy and eco friendly to use as it will use less water than the plug in type. If you are after something that holds a bit more water than the Streetwize and also saves on water because of its lower pressure then this is for you. It will be more than adequate for rinsing gear down, and getting mud off things. If you want to also wash your car or large object, you may need a big hand sponge with its own soap supply as the pressure in this device is not strong enough to remove the thickest or dirtiest of cars.